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How to do a Royal Navy chin-up Look to use gym equipment or a suitable out door alternative, there are often exercise bars in local parks that you could use. An overhand grip can also be utilised, this is advised for potential divers as this is how...


School visit to HMS St Albans

Schoolchildren whose parents all serve in the Armed Forces were given an insight into life at sea after spending a day on board Type 23 frigate HMS St Albans.


HMS Argyll gets primed for Asia Operations

HMS Argyll is being primed for engagement with regional allies in the north east Asian region.


Relentless year for Gibraltar personnel continues

The Royal Gibraltar Squadron and Royal Gibraltar Regiment (RG) have been in the thick of the action in 2018.


New Year's Day Remembrance service for Iolaire tragedy

Royal Navy sailors will join Prince Charles and relatives in Stornoway on New Year’s Day to mark the centenary of one of Scotland’s greatest maritime tragedies.


First supplies moved on board HMS Prince of Wales

The first stores have been loaded aboard HMS Prince of Wales as Britain's new carrier takes another small step towards her maiden voyage.


HMS Duncan departs Portsmouth on six-month deployment

Warship HMS Duncan has sailed from Portsmouth for a six-month operational deployment, during which she will be working alongside the French navy.


Royal Marines fight through abandoned hospital complex

Royal Marines entered battle through underground tunnels and fought through an abandoned hospital complex on dense urban operations training in the USA.


Devonport cyclists supporting charity heroes challenge

Royal Navy Warrant Officers Barry ‘Stirling’ Moss and Ian ‘Hattie’ Jacques have been supporting a five day RNRMC charity cycle ride from London to Paris by not leaving Devonport.


HMS Queen Elizabeth joins world’s biggest coffee morning

Now that’s about as British as you can get. You can’t have the world’s biggest coffee morning (being Brits tea is a perfectly acceptable and frequent substitute…) without Britain’s biggest warship.